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Volume XXXV 
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Copyright 1933 

Frances Caroline Jones 
Editor 

Harriet Archer Close 
Business Manager 




prologue 



List ye, -who lingering, look at tlii.s chronicle: 

Many long years, yea, in centuries past, 

Monks in the cloisters cleaved to their studies. 

Lending to learning a light long extinguished 

Rut that they penned in great patience their pages. 

Kind fathers, we thank thee for torch burning bright 

And for a spirit whose sound is not silenced. 

Spirit of wisdom, enduring forever, 

Goal to be gained, a hunger for knowledge. 




SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL 
AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Faculty and Officers 1932-33 




Academic Department 

aIrs. Ernest Cruikshank Principal 

Susan Reavis Cooke (Pli.B.) English and History 

Mary Helen Dodi> Chemistry 

Olga Elizabeth Dodds Physical Education 

Louise Aiken Egleston (A.B., M.A.) English and History 

William C. Guess (B.A., M.A.) History and Social Science 

The Rev. Joseph F. Fletcher (A.B., B.D.) Bible and History 

Mar.iouie J. Lalor (A.B.) Biology and Hygiene 

Ax nie Ruth Linebebry ( A.B.. M.A.) Mathematics 

Mabel Margaret Morrison (A.B., M.A.. Ph.D.) Latin 

Dorothy V. Pope (A.B.. A.M.) English 

Lora E. Simbolotti Spanish and French 

Mary Lyiha Weise (A.B., M.A.) ...French 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 

Nannie Smith Ait 

Lizzie H. Lee — Stenography and Typewriting 

Elizabeth Gordon Tucker Bookkeeping 

Florence C. Davis (B.O.) Expression, Dramatic Art 

Elizabeth Bason (A.B. ) Home Economics 

William H. Jones (A.B., A.A.G.O.) Director of Music 

Bessie Raye McMillan Violin 

ADDITIONAL OFFICERS 

Albert W. Ti ckeii IS.B. ) Secretary and Business Manager 

Mary Lewis Sassek Office Secretary 

Nannie H. Marriott Dietitian 

Anne S. Nash Librarian 

Dr. H. B. Haywood, Jr School Physician 

Lola B. Nayi.or I R.N.) Matron Infirmary 

Juliet B. Sutton Study Hall 

Jaathertne-Btfi (B.A.)... t Alumnae Secretary 



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TO 
MRS. ERNEST CRUIKSHANK 



Who, in her first year as President ot Saint Mary's, has won 
a permanent place in the affection of the class of '32. we dedi- 
cate this thirty-fifth volume of the Stack Coach, 



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SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL 
AND JUNIOR COLLEGE 

The Board of Trustees 

The Bishops 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman Charlotte. N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Tiios. C. Darst. D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Finlay. D.D Columbia. S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas. D.D Charleston. S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Junius M. Horner. D.D Asheville. N. C. 

CLERICAL AND LAY TRUSTEES 

North Carolina 

(Until 1933) (Until 1936) 

Rev. M. A. Barber. D.D., Raleigh Mr. Graham H. Andrews. Raleigh 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett. Raleigh Mrs. W. D. Toy. Chapel Hill 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Raleigh Mr. Richard H. Lewis. Oxford 

Rev. Isaac W. Hughes. Henderson Miss Easdai.e Shaw. Rockingham 

East Carolina 
(Until 1934) (Until 1935) 

Rev. J. B. Gibbi.e. Wilmington Rev. R. B. Drane. D.D., Edenton. 

MR. Geo. C Royai.l. Goldsboro Mr. W. D. McMillan. Jr.. Wilmington 

Western North Carolina 
(Until 1933) (Until 193 11 

Rev. J. Prestox Burke. Hendersonville Mr. Geo. H. Holmes. Tryon 

Mrs. J. W. C Johnson. Franklin Rev. B. M. Lackey. Lenoir 

South Carolina 
(Until 1935) (Until 1935) 

Mr. Ben.i. Allston Moore, Charleston Rev. W. S. Poyner. Florence 

.Mh. T. E. Myers. Charleston Rev. William Way. Charleston 

Upper South Carolina 
(Until 1935) (Until 19351 

Mr. L. A. Emerson. Columbia Rev. William Johnson. Aiken 

Mr. W. B. Moore. Sr.. York Rev. T. T. Walsh. D.D., York 

Executive Committee 
Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick. D.D., Chairman 
Mr. Graham H. Andrews Rev. Isaac W. Huohes 

Mrs. T. W. Bickett Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire Mil Geo. C. Royai.l 

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Secretary of the Board of Trustees 

- -MTTTATjfREfTL. PrRRiNGTT^ Jr Raleigh. N. C. 

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees 

Mr. Albert W. Tucker Raleigh, N. C. 

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In Memoriam 








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Joseph Blount Cheshire, 


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Saint 


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STAGE COACH STAFF 




FRANCES JONES 
Editor 



HARRIET CLOSE 
Business Manager 



ASSOCIATE STAFF 






MARY PRIDE CRUIKSHANK JULIA WOOD SKINNER 



LETTY LA5SITER. 





JANE JONES 




KATHARINE HARDING 



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CLASS VICE PRESIDENT 



CLASS SECRETARY 




Melba Brown Chamblee 

Zebulon, N. C. 

Green feathers, lilies, Spanish ships, 

And stiff white starched attire, 
A rocking cradle — phantom dreams 
Aie pictured in the fire. 



Frances Caroline Jones 

Greensboro, N. C. 



Mousse! ine^ de soie^ sunlig ht and shade, 

" A^tTTi ry, elfin tune!" — -*. 
The pages of an aged booft^ 
Are silvered by the moon. 



Nancy Gordon 
Spray, N. C. 

Kill nestiiess in organdy, 
A tea-gown, red and white 

Springtime, mid a receiving liiu 
An dusk draws into night. 



Almeda Stewart 
Wilmington, N. C. 

A moonlit sky and warm dry sands, 

A laugh just out of reach, 
Black dn ssi-s trimmed with silver bands 

A late date mi ttie beach. 



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Ami- Winston Alexander 
Charlotte, N. C. 

We'll sing a song of picture hats, 

Of velvet and of lace, 
A rose corsage, and shining stars, 

A tea dance is her place. 



Mildred Berkeley 

Norfolk. Va. 

A jumping jack on a painted stirk, 

A kitten filled with glee, 
Blue gingham curtains part, we peep 

Inside a nursery. 



Charlotte Blackstone 

Water Valley, Miss. 

A bridemaid's dress of baby blue, 

And yet Philosophy, 
A swinging' foot, a tapping pen, 

Inside a library. 



Josie Alma Chase 
Roanoke Rapids, N. C. 

A rhinestone bracelet, p_ejKjl£d-4rro"\v.s 
Black dress^^^slffinsliee]), 

A chauffeur iS-bright livery 
Inside a limousine. 






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Frances Bryan Clayfoole 


Harriet Archer Close 


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New Bern. N. C. 


Bel Air, Md. 




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A gaudy print, and short puffed sleeves, 

A smile. ;i tear — raindrops, 
A tiny ivory fan inside 

A curiosity shop. 


A bobby pin, a white sport .-ilk, 

A shattei ing retort, 
A tennis racket flashes high 

In action on (he court. 






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Anna Lee Derrick 


Lucy Maim a Theresa Dortch 




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Raleigh. N. C. 




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A gym suit, blue, and stiffly starched — 


A tennis racket in French class. 


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A l>riu r litl> beaming face \v*>see 
Upon a sunny day. 


Her curving eyebrows bend, 
In church, white gloves and final voice 
Ends with a loud "Amen." 


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Jru.v Rogeks Drake 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Electric fans, tomato juice, 

Stay; lines, and boundary ropes; 

Inside a drug store, she is cool 
In summer, sipping "dopes." 



Marion Ellen Eighme 

Raleigh. N. C. 

A \\ ickei' basket, telephones 

A desk, a magazine, 
A radio, a deck of cards— 

A game of bridge is seen 



Margaret Amelia Ellison 

"Washington, N. C. 

Eyelash mascara, negligees. 

Red hair and temper, too; 
Silk draperies in a dressing room 

Are lavender in hue. 



Aih.i-k Virginia Evans 
West Lafayette, Ind. 

Study and a happv 

The Patro>*<5airit of rumon 

We see her Trr*a forest wide 
At camp in khaki bloomers. 




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Bessie Morton Goode 
Dinwiddie, Va. 

A cocky hat, a red silk scarf, 

A jacket of the same, 
Reflected in a mirror, show 

A college football game. 



Ida Flora Johnson 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

An amber hair brush, white cold cream, 



A bol ted d oor beyo n d w luflh the re 
Are glimpses of the sea. 



Frances Seymour Goolrick 

Fredericksburg, Va. 

A twinkling giggle, happy grins, 
A blouse of white and blue, 

An old gold bracelet, and a dress 
Of lace in a canoe. 



Mary Frances Jones 
Norfolk. Va. 

A dream, with sleepy eyes, yet bright 
With letters and romance. 

A formal tea, and moonlit nights, 
Viewed at a Navy dance. 



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Nell Deverei \ Joslix 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Bright golden curls and pleasn nt smiles, 

A tumult's aftermath : 
Madonna in white organdy 

Strolls on a garden path. 



Margaret Young Kelly 

Raleigh, N. C. 

A cocktail jacket, bumble bees, 

A leaf of gold and rust, 
A roadster speeding down the pike, 

Leaves whirling clouds of dust. 



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Elsie Scott Lawrence 
Chapel Hill. N. C. 

A crisp, dry leaf, a sport tweed suit. 
An iion sword and shield, 

The Sigma spirit dashed with red 
Upon the horkev field. 



Helen Haddon Leery 
Greenville, S. C. 

A silver fountainj^i7~n~letrer7 
Lace collar aTperkv bows 

She's in a dainty, figured smoek 
Among the Dower rows. 




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M vi:i;.\i;i:i El more McDonald 
Raleigh, X. C. 

A grand piano, silver spoons, 

A mass of 'lark brown hah. 
At dinner she is pouring ten 
Beneath a chandelier. 



Francis Hii.i. Norrts 
Raleigh. N. C. 

_jr\ eyes, 
A ball of wont unwoun _ 
Pur coats and trees ami melti: 
An apple, red and round. 




Elizabeth Rogan Xi:u 
Marion. N. C. 

A purple iris, frankness, grace, 
A wood nymph, sprightly, cool, 

Inside a yellow bathing suit. 
Beside the swimming pool. 



Agnes McRae Peschait 
Wilmington. N. C. 

A cross stitched sampler, dimity, 

And ruffled pantalets. 
Canaries twitter in their cage, 

Inside a kitchenette. 






Letitia Houstox Rideh 
Herndon, Va. 

Two clicking needles, cherubic grin, 

Ink spots on nervous lingers, 
Jlussed gingham, and round rolling eyes. 

The image of her lingers. 



Julia Wood Skinner 
Elizabeth City, N. C. 

lied ribbons and an eyebrow raised, 

A true Hyde County brogue, 
With pranks and brains ami quirk dry wit, 

She's in a scholar's robe. 



Margaret Virginia Tatlok 
Be Land, Fla, 

Blue velvet, lorn; kid gloves of white 

A grey hound racing free — 
An mean liner, gliding out 
From harbor to the sea, 




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Note: In the archives of the St. Mary's School and Junior College was recently found this fragmentary 
manuscript. Evidences indicate that it is the Chronicle of the Senior Class of this school which graduated 
in 1933. According to the custom of that day this history should have been begun a few years before 1932 
and made 10 include the story of the earliei doings of that Class, but apparently their number previous to 
their Junior year was too small to permit this. 

Here beginneth the true and proper record of that class which doth hope to graduate from the Junior 
College of our Lady, Saint Mary, in the month of May. of the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and 
thirty-three. To this record I, Lucy Dortch, do set my seal. 

In September of the year nineteen hundred and thirty-two, in order that all of the residents might 
become acquainted there was given on the fifth night of this school year a festivity called the New Girl- 
Old Girl Party. Amidst the merri 



many new friendships were begun. 

this night. All the girls did partake in the 



October the Thirty-first. 

According to the custom a Hallowi 
games and frivolity. 

December the Seventeenth. 

The Yuletide festivities were begun ■ 
party. The holiday spirit doth prevail for the vacation time 

FEBRUARY' THE NINTH OF THE YEAR NINETEEN" THIRTY-TWO. 

This being the evening before Ash Wednesday, the school did have its annual Colonial Ball, which 
attend in the costumes appropriate to that period of the history of our good country. 

April Sixteenth. 

The Dramatic Club on this night did hold it< circus. A member of this class did 
as "Fatima, the Fat Lady." 

May the Seventh. 

On this night, this the Junior Class did en 



ith a Christmas dinner and continued on this day with a Christmas 
at hand. 



in outstanding fame 



Club in the City of Raleigh. 
May the Twenty-eighth. 
As it hath been its annual 



tain their elders, the Seniors, 
The evening was spent in feasting and dancing. 



it a Banquet at the Woman's 



"Twelfth Night." In this pi; 
May thk Thirty-first. 

This being the day of commenceme 
good and happy year 



ustom. the Dramatic Club did present a play. 
some members of this, the Junior Class displ 



This year it was the comedy, 
yed unusual dramatic ability. 



the end of the history of the class as Juniors. It hath been a 
We have persevered in the search for knowledge but also have made good friends 
and true, and have had a right merry time. 

Septembkr of the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-two. 

As we begin our Senior year, we do find that our new and recently acquired dignity of position is not 



Under the leadership of Mrs. Cruikshank. numerous 

ill be successful in bringing new life and progress to 

President and many of our meml>ers do hold positions 



Meba Chnmble 



the only to which we must become accustomed. 
changes have been made, and we (eel that they \ 
Saint Mary's. This year we have Nancy Gordon as < 
of honor. Klsie Lawrence doth lead the Sigma.s; 
the Student Body. 

November. Am, saints Day, 

On this <lii\ Mr. Fletcher doth nssume the position of Chaplain of this school. We, the 
find him an interesting teacher and a friend of worth and wit. But, alas if only he did not 

December tii e Tenth. 

This year we. the Seniors, do introduce a new festivity of the greatest interest— the ti: 
given in the Gym which hath been transform 

December tii e sixteenth. 

Tin- Senior Class did present a t Ihristnias pi 
written by members of this class. 

February the Twenty-eiuiith in tmh: Year of Our Lurk Nineteen Hundred Thirty-three. 
On this night tin- Senior Class did present the Vaudeville. This year the merriment does cen 
the adventures of the villain. Algernon, and the damsel from the country. Nellie Simpleton. 

March. 
JThe--S 1 ^ iLLt, *--+ li 



1 by decorati. 



Who Turned As 



mi' President of 



<k us to exigite ! 



which hath been 



Vacation which although 



^^^^hj^jrei't"^ p'"'t "* Hnii^y"th was taken up with the Spring \ acatton wh 
a few days yet did demand mifjh preparation and perhaps even more recuperatioi 

May Sixth. 

This year the Junior Class doth change the tradition of the Junior-Senior Banquet and doth give to tin 
Senior Class a Dance, This change doth meet with the approval of all there is concerned. 

At last we come to this great occasion — one in which merriment dolh mix with sadness, and we shal 
always remember these lust bittersweet days. 






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"On the Destiny of the classe of nineteen hundred and thirty-three, 
enscrolled, in England by the poore monke, clepe Hubert the Solemne, 
in the year ten hundred and fifty-six," found by Letitia Rider as she 
was delving: in the ruins of the monastery, Monte Casino. 

Alexander: A peddler of sweet peas at Apex. 

Berkeley: Tap dancer at "The Stable." Harlem night club. 

Blackstone: Poet who made bow to society. 

Chase: Author of the book, "How to be Sophistocated." 

Claypoole: Captain of woman's football team. 

Chamblee: Housemother at Pika house. 

Close: Radio crooner. 

Derrick: Writer of "Advice to Lovers" in Saint Mary's bulletin. 

Dortch: Stage comedienne, 

Drake: President of Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. 

Eighme: English professor at Oxford. 

Ellison: Winner of house-wives' contest for best kept house. 

Evans : Dog-catcher. 

Goolrick: Professional laugh-invoker at stage shows. 

Goode: Singer for Salvation Army. 

Gordon: Confederate of Miss Sutton in robbing United States mails. 

F. C. Jones: Head of theological debating team. 

M. P. Jones: Porter on Annapolis Railway. 

Joslin: Proprietress of "The Purple Hat" Millinery Shop. 

Johnson: Manager of Hot-Dog stand, "Onions a Specialty." 

Kelly: Advocator of "moonlight saving time." 

Lebby: Kindergarten teacher in Sahara desert. 

Lawrence: Demonstrator of "Quiet Repose" Mattresses. 

MacDonald: Superintendent of Pullen Park. 

Neal: Dictator of her experience for Marion Newspaper serial. 

Morris: Head of taxicab system. 

Peschau: Speaker of the House. 

Rider: Inventor of Stainless Ink. 

Skinner: Instructress in making up beds. 

Stewart : James Hendrickson's leading lady in "The Cat and the 
Mouse." 

Taylor: Author of page in Vogue. 
wear this season." 



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Class $oem 

REVELATION 

IS end of quest so dear? 

The closing of a door, 
A seeing all things clear? 

We did not know hefore. 

In course of quest we felt 
The gleam of candle light, 

The softly, rich sweet-sound 
Of music at twilight. 

For kindly hearts we found 
And through an open door 

A song. Now search is done 
We do not care for more. 



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The door is open wide. 

The future in our hands. 
And what we did not know 

Before.— We understand. 

— Ch a rlotte Blac ksto n e. 






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Hast Will anb Testament 

WE, the class of '33, knowing that "The old order e.hangeth, yielding place to new," 
do. after manifold strivings and .struggles, give up our plaee to those who follow 
after us. The end draws nigh. The time is at hand: therefore, farewell. In leaving, 
we look, hack lingeringly at our past, and from it the ninety-first graduating class of 
Saint Mary's College doth bequeath with its love these several items and articles to 
the said persons. 

To the class of '34, we will our reputation for dignity 
We know that they will impress the faculty as we have. 



We hope the next President of th< 
ir prize "red-headed woman." 



Student Body 



and 


restraint at 


all times. 


prove 


as capable 


as Mell.a. 


Bath 


ill our synl 


lathy and 



T<i the President nf the incoming Senior class wt 
also that rare combination of Nancy's dignity, plus dimples. 

Alice's power over Sigma Nil's everywhere goes to Frances Butler. 

Millie Berkeley's devotion to the dead line we will to Patsy Hill, and her imma 
late coiffure to the perkiest Prep. 

Charlotte Blackstone's shocking conversations with Madame 
married life is our gift to Mary Kitty Atkins. 



the problems of 



Bern's acrobatic ability and angelic expression i 
■ eyebrows go to .loan Wilson, 



e will to Margaret Hubbard. 

ud Margaret Taylor's husky drawl 



Josie's fascinatin 
to Betty Harper. 

We endow the next dashing hero of a Senior Vaudeville with Ha 
ability, and the next vidian with Aimed a' s Mona Lisa smile. 



Close' 



Frances Claypoole's dainty feet are reserved for the 
is the rabbit. Margaret Ellison's greatest worry and jo 
for no one. 



We will to Helen Johnson. Ann 
e will Frances Hill Norris' "bis 



i Lee Derrick's athletic 
brother." 



Lucy Dortch's < 

to "Vogue" to An 



?ep contralto hors 
lie Smedes V&ss. 



Julia Drake's devilishness is for Isabel Lang, and M 
Day Student President is for Bobbie Moore. 



Junior whose favorite 
(Bow-iin Arrow) is re 

ability, and to Chase I 

rie Adkins, and her dt 

Eighme's calm i 



ii mill 
served 



Virginia Evans's gift of j 
laughs, to Virginia Bridger. 



;ab if left Patricia Collier, and "Tish't 



ability to bring 



Frances Goolrick's giggle is set aside for Fanny Everett. 



Mary Frances Jones' and Helen Lebby's power ove 
Long and Peggy Baldwin, in hopes that they will do as 

Elsie's popularity and bravery in capturing mice 

Flora Johnson's love for Nag's 
Julia Wood's Hyde County brogu 



the 
well. 



bequeath to the next Sigma Head. 
nd 



Head is lovingly ascribed to Hazel Pendleton 
if left to Ede Dando. 



Here's to you, Frances .Tones ! You can out 
ere. We bequeath these talents to Polly Hope. 



To Bern ice Goodwin, that prompt Da; 
Set to assembly on time, and to Jane Moor 



Student, we leave Nell Joslin's inability to 
we leave Margaret MacDonald's dreaminess. 



Margaret Kelly's constant present** at State dances we will to Elizabeth Wade. 

Liz Neal's fondness for newspaper serials is our present to next year's most literary girl. 

For Madge Taliaferro is reserved Agnes Pesehau's demureness; she needs it. 

Mrs. Cruiksliank and to Mr. Fletcher we leave our loving appreciation and gratitude. 

plays, vaudeville, and essays, 
Nell Joslin, Lawyer. 



To Miss Pope, our class teacher, we give credit for ou 
and we thank her for her interest and sympathy. 



Witnesses: 
Oscar 

Silver. King 
Pebbles Walton 



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Jam-: Snyder 



Frances Bradley 



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Florrie Adki.ns Mary K. Atkins Peggy Baldwin 






Annie M. Banks 



Lucy Bedinger 



Lucy Bowers 



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Virginia Bridger Mary Pride Ceuikshank 

Leonora Dismukes Sophie Ellison Elizabeth 



Kate W. Foote Carolyx Fui.exwidek Corinna Gant 

Georgia Goodsox 





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Berkice Goodwin Almeria Gouinin Clara M. Grantham Jane Grey 



Fi:am kk T^jHkni.ev Peggy Heyes 



Mary Hupk 



Helen Johnson Jane Jones Mildred Joyner Ei.iza Lewis 



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Maria Long Chase Lyerly Frances Lynn Jane Miles 

Betsy Moore Mildred Moore Elizas*™— Pa"ge 

Hazel Pendleton Frances Plait Awilda Roach Sadie Root 





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IRMA WALDHOP 




Mary H. Stewart 



Elizabeth Stoker 



Frances Vann 



Florence Tison Mary L. Taylor. Annie S. Vass 



Enrni Wettieriiy 



Joan Wilson 



Tni p Hmrv HELEN HaNDY 

El,OISE-(?ARA\VAN El.EANOU SEAGLE 

Annie M. Gilchrest Elizabeth Wade 








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Pustness; Class 

Margaret Gkaiiam President 

Aletiiia Johnson Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Lee Class Adviser 

Margaret Adams Marcaeet Graham Louise Riggan 

Maegaret Brown Mary Douglas Hankins Hilda Robertson 

Elizabeth Bridgers Aletiiia Johnson Minnie Hughes Rogkks 

Frances Butler Sara Frances Knepr Lii.a Tucker 

Martha Campbell Mabgabet E. Mikei.l Mabgaeet Underwood 

Miriam Gadli Rosalie Waiters 




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^opfjomore Class 

Frances Everett President 

Madge Taliaferro _ rice President 

Eleanor Wright - Secretary-Treasurer 

Miss Dodds - -Adviser 

Betty Bvrrage Margaret Hubbard Anne Mosey 

Patricia Collier Martha Iyey Virginia Smart 

Frances Everett Letty Lassiter Madge Taliaferro 

Siilri.ey Haywood Martha Metcalfe Eleanor Wright 

Jane Moore 



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Jfresljman Class; 

Matilda Ehringhatjs President 

Nell Tyler | Vice President 

l Secretary-Treasurer 
Miss Tucker Adviser 

Alice Cheshire Margaret Musghave Nell Tyler 

Virginia Clark Mary Mitchell Noble Perry-Belle Walton 

Matilda Ehringiiai s Virginia Snead Carolyn Webb 

Patsy Hill Annette Thomas Sarah Webb 

Julia Lawsok Annie Tucker Virginia Wood 

Maria Tucker 



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Betty Harper.. 



.President 



Suzanne Ai.i en- 
Else Blume 
Virginia Cantwki.l 
Olive Cruikshank 
Betty Harper 
Emu v Ham i i 



Sali.ie Bailey Heyward 
Isabel Lang 
Jane Maeyer 
Lattra Neal Newton 

LilKENA PASCHAI.I. 

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Helen Lkbbv President 

Jane Junks... yiee President 

Madge Taliaferro Secretary-Treasurer 

Mrss Egleston _ t Arfui.ser 

Alexander, Alice Junes, Frances C. 

Chase. Jiiesi Jones, Mary Frances 

Cruikshank, Mary Pride Joyner, Mildred 

Gault, Miriam Moore, Betsy 

Goolrick, Frances Tyler. Nell 

Hubbard, Margaret Walton, Perry-Belle 



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Julia Wood Skinner President 

Bessie Morton Goode Vice President 

Agnes Peshiai .Secretary-Treasurer 

Mlss P,,1>E Adviser 

CHAMBLEE, MELBA LEWIS, El.IZA 

CLAY-POOLE, Frances Pesihau. Agnes 

Goode. Bessie Mouton Piatt. Frances 

GORDON, ALMERIA RlDEB, L/ETITIA 

Gordon, Nancy Skinner. Julia Wood 

Johnson, Flora Snyder, Jane 

Lassiter, Letty Sparkes, Dorothy- 
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Elsie Lawrence President 

Bessie Morton Con: i: - Vice President 




Adki.ns 


EVANS 


Jones. M. F. 


Newton 


Alexander 


FllllTE 


JOYNER 


Noble 


Allen 


Gant 


Kelly 


Pendleton 


Bemnoer 


Garibai III 


Lang 


Pesciiai 


Bl.UMK 


G 111 IDE 


Lassiter 


Piatt 


Bradley 


Gnomic k 


Lawrence 


Roach 


Bl'RRACK 


Gordon, a. 


Lawson 


RooE lis 


Bltlli: 


Gorp.ox, X. 


Lewis 


Skinner 


Cantwell 


Grantham 


LVEKI-V 


Snyder 


I'll AMHI.EE 


H A N K I N s 


M.VEYEU 


Sparkes 


Clark 


Harding 


Metcai.f 


Stewart, A. 


Close 


Harper 


Miles 


Stewart, 11. H 


Dando 


Henley 


Moore. J. 


Taylor, M. V. 


DtSMl'KES 


Heyward, S. B. 


Moore. M. 


Tison 


Drake 


Johnson. F. 


Moshv 


Tvi h: 


Ehrixgiiatjs 


Junes. F. 


Ml'SGRAVE 


Underwood 


Kl.i ikon, M. 


Jones. J. 


NeaL 


Walton 



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Jfflu Stljletic association 

Betsy Mm mi-: .. President 

Frances EvERK-rr Yivc Preside ill 



Adams 




Ellison, S. 


Johnson, A. 


Smart' 


Atkins 




EVERET 1 


Johnson. H. 


Snead 


Baldwin 




Ferguson 


Josl.lN 


Stoker 


Banks 




FulenwidEis 


Knepp 


Taliaferro 


Bt.ackstone 




Gault 


Lebby 


Taylor. M. L. 


E 12 UK ELY 




Gilchrist 


Lynx 


Tucker, A. 


Bkiruer, V. 




Goodson 


Long 


Tucker, L. 


Briicerk, E. 




Goodwin 


McDonald 


Tucker. M 


Campbell 




Graham 


Mikell 


Vanx 


C AH AW AN 




Grey 


Moore. B. 


Vass 


Chase 




Haniiv 


NOKRIS 


Wade 


Cheshire 




Hasell 


Paschall 


Waldhop 


Claypoole 




Haywood, S. 


Pace 


Wattehs 


Collier 




Heyes 


Rider 


Webr. C. 


Cruikshank, 


M. P. 


Hill 


RlGGAN 


Webb, S. 


Cruikshank, 


0. 


Hope 


Robertson 


Wetherry 


Derrick 




Hubbard 


Root 


WlLSON^^ 


DORTC'H 




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Seagle ^ — 


\V< Kill 


ElGHME 






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Wright 








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JOSLIN, N. 
EVKIIETT. F. 

Waiters, R. 



Goode, B. M. 
Hankiks. M. D. 
Lawrence, E. 



Walton, P. B. 

Hll.L, P. 

Heyward, S. B. 



Jones. J. 
Taliaferro, M. 



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honorary Jtefeetball Vaisitp 





Ckuiksiiank, M. P. 
Sjiaet, V. 


Kelly, M. 
Wethekuy, E. 


Goode, B. M 
Gordon, A. 


Forty-six 










Bramattc Club 

Makv Louise Taylor - President 

Almeida Stewart Business Manager 

Miss Davis v - Adviser 

Adkins, F. Ferguson Newton 

ALEXANDER FlIOTE NOBLE 

Atkins, M. K. Grey Riiikr 

Baldwin Hank ins Smart 

Blackstoni: Hill Snead 

Bureage Hope Stewart. A. 

Chamblee Hubbard Seagle 

Collier. Jones, J. Taylor, M. V. 

Cruikshaxk. M. P. Lawrence Taylor. M. L. 

Derrick Lawson Tyler 

Eighme Leeby Waldrop 

Ellison. M. Lykri.y Wetherky 

Evans Mooue, B. Wright 
Musgraye 




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Social Qcceen 



jviAKE THE II 

Jack-of- ail-trades 






ALICE ALEXANDER 
Most Attractive 

Mannequin, 





^lordie adkins 
MoYFStLjiisk 




MARY PRIDE CRUIKSMANK. 
Best- all-around. 

Wit 




LETITIA RIDER 
Most Original 



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Forty-eight 



ffl Willi MAKE THE BEST 



Coauette 




EDITH DANDO 
Cutest 

Success 




cMN£ JONES 
Most Talented 



Politician, 




ELS\E LAWRENCE 
Most Popular 

Editor 




f- R a NC£f-&on€f 
MostiLiterary 




Forty-nine 



Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

Mrs. Ernest Ceuikshank, B.S.. Principal 


Raleigh. North Carolina 


High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 

The Curriculum also includes four years of High School work. 
All Academic Courses fully accredited hv the Southern Association. 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS IN ART. BUSINESS, EXPRESSION 

MUSIC: Piano, Voice, Violin, Church Organ 

TWENTY-ACRE CAMPUS— FIELD SPORTS— GYMNASIUM— TENNIS 
INDOOR TILED SWIMMING POOL— HORSEBACK RIDING— GOLF 

Annual Sessions — Mid-September to June 

Write A. W. TUCKER. Business Manager for Catalogue and View Book 


SIDDELL STUDIO 

RALEIGH, N. C. 

Official Photogrupher for 
The Stage Coach 


STAUDT'S 

Butter-Not 

BREAD and 
CAKES 

I : . / BAKERS \ - -.1 
\4( AMERICA \ J 


Porter Candy Co. 

Wholesale Confectioners 

Telephone 119 
313 S. Blount Street 


IQyalittj Products J 

STAUDT'S BAKERY 

Phone 4040 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



WRIGHT'S DAIRY 


S & W CAFETERIAS 


The Pines 


For Your Convenience 




RALEIGH 

322 Fayetteville Street 




We Furnish J our 
Milk and Cream 


Raleigh 




Charlotte Knoxville 
Asheville Atlanta 




Garner Road. R. F. D. No. 3 


Roanoke 


RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 


Chattanooga 


We Appreciate 


Geo. Marsh Co., Inc. 


\our patronage of the past season 


W holesale Grocers 


and sincerely trust our efforts to 
offer you the BEST in entertain- 


310 S. Harrington Street 


ment has been successful. 

STATE 






PALACE 
CAPITOL 




A 




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BLUE 


v 


Operated by North Carolina 




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HP*" *^S 


Theatres 


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BLUE STAR STORES 




Home Owned 



Hotel Sir Walter 

Raleigh. N. C. 

350 Rooms 350 Baths 

Every 

Modern 
Convenience 

"Where the Parents and Girls are 
Always Welcome" 

GRIFFIN & BLAND HOTEL 
COMPANY. Props. 


ARTHUR'S 
SEA FOOD MARKET 

Arthur E. Dicks, Proprietor 
Phone 255 City Market 


DONATION 

Wholesale Meats 


CAPITAL ICE & COAL 
COMPANY. INC. 

By using our Ice and Coal your 
home will be made much more 
comfortable, as you will always 
get the highest quality products at 
reasonable prices. 

Phones 492 and 493 


COMMONWEALTH 
COAL CO., INC. 

Chas. M. Farrer. Mgr. 


We Supply the Fuel for 

} our Heating 

Plant 


Alfred Williams & Co. 

Raleigh and Chapel Hill 
North Carolina 


SPECIAL ENGRAVING 
DIPLOMAS CERTIFICATES 

Commencement Invitations 


Phone 353 16 Dixie DriYe 



TAYLOR'S 

"The Show Place of the Carolinas" 

COSTUMES DRESSES COATS FURS 

UNDERWEAR SPORTSWEAR FLOWERS 

JEWELRY HOSIERY BAGS 

NOVELTIES MILLINERY 

GIFTS ETC. 

TAYLOR'S 

Just a real good store, a store that 
enjoys serving you better 


SAVE SAFELY 

at 

BOON-ISELEY 

DRUG 

COMPANY 

CUT RATE DRUGS 

Open All Night 
PHONE 96 
We Deliver 


HOWARDS 

and 

CAROLINA CLEANERS 

116 Harrison Ave. Phone 4068 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Our Motto: Odorless Work of the 

Highest Quality, and 

Prompt Courteous Service 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 

Incorporated 

220 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Hardware 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 





Congratulations 


B YNUM 
PRINTING 
COMPANY 


Seniors! 


Hudson-Belk Co. has always 
stood for service. We 




have enjoyed serv- 


= 


ing you this 


Better Printing 


past year 
and 




hope you 
will come to 




RALEIGH, N. C. 


see us whenever 
you are in town 


PHONES 692—693 






Hudson-Belk Co. 




Raleigh's Largest Dept. Store 


Brantley's Drug Store 


DRUGS TOILETRIES 


The Place to Meet Your Friends 


ECKERD'S 


Agent for 
"ELIZABETH ARDEN" 


"Creators of Reasonable 
Drug Prices" 


Our 




SODAS and ICE CREAM 


Fountain and 


Are Always Best 


Luncheonette Service 


Telephones 14- and 15 


222 Fayetteville Street 


Raleigh. N. C. 


Raleigh, N. C. 



ALWAYS 

The Newest 

in 

Quality 

Merchandise 

Bovlan-Pearce Co. 

j 

Raleigh's Shopping Center 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 

...... ^ 

^ aosemfet 

126 Fayetteville Street 
Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 

APPAREL 

for the College Miss who aspires 

to the distinction of heing 

smartly gowned at 

all limes! 



Make Our Store 
Your Store 

WE ARE FOR YOU 



LANGDON'S 

1217 Hillsboro Street 
PHONE 4455 



FROCKS and 
GOWNS 

for Street, Sport, 
Afternoon and 
Dinner U ear . . . 

NEW CREATIONS 

Received Daily 



TheShop ofOrtiinolftbdes 

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12 Favetteville Street 



Courtesy of 

WAKE THEATRE 

Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, North Carolina 


SCHOOL 
SUPPLIES 

EVERSHARP PENCILS 
WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 

PENS 

KODAKS AND SUPPLIES 

ALBUMS, MEMORY BOOKS 

POEMS 

LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 

STATIONERY 

"Best of Service" 

JAMES E. THIEM 

Phone 135 
RALEIGH. N. C. 


DE SHAZCTS SCHOOL 

of 

BEAUTY CULTURE 

I2714 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh. North Carolina 

Offers a complete course in Beauty 
Culture. Write for information. 


EDWARDS DRUG CO. 

RALEIGH, N. C. 


Schedule Regular 
Horseback Rides 

in your activities, through 
the beautiful bridle paths in 
the pine-scented woods at 

Carolina Pines, Inc. 

.Xorth Carolina's New Playground 
Phone 64 Phone 93 


Phone 2077 


itt&» a*ftCT SHOP FOR SMART WOW "Wt" j I 


Raleigh. N. C. 
108 Fayetteville Street 



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